High: 42 °F
Low: 25 °F
High: 27 °F
Low: 10 °F
Can you guess what we'll be doing Monday? If you said , "Why Donna Lee, I imagine you are going to have to use another vacation day because you may well be snowed in." You would be correct. Probably. We haven't gotten any official Winter Storm Warnings yet but since Monday is one of my biggest clinic days, I had to make plans ahead of time. I can't chance that my clients will try to make it out in the craptastic weather we are predicted to have.
But now we are facing more snow and another bout of especially cold weather. (insert put-upon sigh here). I know it's still winter but usually by this time we are starting to see bits of green as the crocuses push their way through the soil. Not this year. Not a single one. It's just been too cold. Pk planted bags and bags of bulbs so we could have a lovely burst of color but who knew we'd have an actual winter?
I have plenty of books to read and plenty of things to knit and/or spin and laundry to do and maybe some bread to bake so I'll be able to keep busy. I am reading The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida. It's an autobiography of a 13 year old boy with autism.
At least this is not our grocery shopping week. I stopped at the store on the way home and it's already beginning to show some shortages of "snow essentials" like bread and milk and there was a long line at the deli counter.
So, what about your weekend? Is it shaping up to be a good one as we say good bye to Feb and welcome March?